Saturday, September 18, 2021

Unruly food cuts send refugees into farming amid lockdown.

Each refugee in Uganda’s Rhino camp settlement used to receive 12 kilograms of food ration. That was before the...

Unclear data for urban refugees hampers service delivery

Latest report from different sections of stakeholders in Uganda’s WestNile region says they are struggling with the unknown data...

Covid19: Refugees hosting districts struggle with resurgence, blame it on continuous influx of refugees

By: Frederick Dramadri, Radio Pacis A number of refugee hosting communities in the West Nile region...

Thin line between child abuse and survival

New reports are suggesting many children experience some form of abuse, especially by the people they stay with, in Uganda's largest...

Making way for returnees

The South Sudan People’s Defense Force or SSPDF pulled out its forces from the Pageri and Moli areas of Eastern Equatoria...

UNHCR is working to ensure all those who are displaced return home: Official

The 11th United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, is here to discuss with South Sudan government officials, issues relating...

Uganda: Cases of defilement on the rise, in refugee settlements

Bidibidi refugee settlement: At least hundreds of cases of defilement have been registered; within period of 5 months, in just one...

Energy: New alternatives

93% of refugee and host community households depend on wood as source of fuel for making a hot meal, according to...

Child labor

It is estimated one in four children are engendered in some sort of (child) labor, especially in the poorest countries, according...

Patience under strain

Bidibidi local community – hosting Africa’s largest refugee settlement is arguably one of the most patient and understanding society. But their...

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